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Re: How a big shop speeds up furnituremaking without compromising quality

The music in the video is extraneous and detracts from the content. It's also insipid. I could not finish it. Woodworkers should be treated like smart people who can hold a thought without background music.

Re: UPDATE: Taunton's Complete Illustrated Guide to Sharpening by Thomas Lie-Nielsen

Well now, this is a funny thing. My favorite book for the last month as been "The Complete Guide to Sharpening, a Fine Woodworking book, By Leonard Lee (Lee Valley Tools) published in 1995.

I bought it back then but due to severe immaturity I didn't read it until now. 'Exhibit A' in my case that the mind works better with a little age.

It has led me to explore many articles and videos here in and elsewhere.

Finally, I'm getting it. It is immensely gratifying.

I can't see any harm in reading the new one.

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